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Is your check engine light on n can you drive it to autozone get free diag I need to know what codes r store in your PCM sounds to me like crank sensor it fires your injector n coils but to be on the safe side give me the codes ok good like
cold weather cause metal to shrink more likely brake drums rusted causing brake drum lockup up.rust acts like sand paper making brake drum surface rough have brake drums turned or use 120 grit sand paper just sand out rust sand direction drum rotate.
The engine is fuel injected, so no carburetor. Usually the problem is a dirty throttle body, faulty IAC valve, or other component. The computer uses the idle air control valve to adjust the idle speed.
This is a system on subarus to stop you rolling back when on a hill with the clutch depressed . The brakes should unlock as you release the clutch. There is a cable attached to the clutch fork in the engine bay. This goes to a brake actuator on the left hand side. If it isnt working corectly check the cable for wear or fraying. It may need adjusting by a mechanic.
Brake light comes on auto each time you start the car (saftey check) and will go off when you press brake pedal.
Blinking arrow will stop when you click seat belt together (driver)
turn ign off press key in towards drive stem and turn anti clock (5degs)and pull out
Put in key hold in mileage reset button and turn key to on (dont start the car )the last click before starting (and keep finger on miles reset button till flashing stops
then turn off ,this resets all service lights,